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Wed, Oct 26 2022
CNBC Work Summit - Dislocation, Negotiation, and Determination: The World of Work Right Now

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Leadership on Multiple Fronts
The U.S. Army employs over a million people around the world and from the standpoint of a distributed workforce, challenges on recruitment and retention and a new focus on mental health, the armed services is a lot like US companies. We'll speak to Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth about leading during difficult times, how she's tackling recruitment and retention, and why more veterans in the workforce is better for business.
November 11, 2022
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The Labor Transformation and What It Means for Business
Organized labor is having a moment in America. Stories of organization efforts at places like Starbucks and Amazon have captured headlines and shone a light on often contentious relations between employees and employers. Recent data shows that workers have won 639 union elections so far this year, across a range of industries, for the highest win total in nearly 20 years. And a recent 2022 Gallup survey showed public approval of unions at a 57-year peak.
November 11, 2022
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Talent and Leadership
PwC US Chairman Tim Ryan is someone who spends a great deal of his time thinking about how we work today–from the importance of building diverse, inclusive teams to leadership to how companies can meet employees where they are to reduce churn and retain top talent. In this interview, we'll dig deep on some of the top issues facing employers today and get his insights on how you can navigate the current climate to build for success.
November 11, 2022
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Matching Skills to Talent
As the former U.S. Secretary of Commerce and Chairman and CEO of Kellogg's, Carlos Gutierrez has played an integral role in helping shape American business over the course of his 43-year career. In his latest venture, Secretary Gutierrez is bringing that experience to bear as the Chairman and CEO of Empath, a company that uses AI and machine learning to help companies match employee skills to current and future roles.
November 11, 2022
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Ranking America's Companies, One Data Point at a Time
JUST Capital is an independent non-profit that measures American corporate stakeholder performance across a range of issues and ranks companies accordingly. In this conversation, we'll talk with JUST Capital CEO Martin Whitaker about the firm's latest research and what it tells us about where work is headed.
November 11, 2022
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